By  on August 27, 2010

WASHINGTON — The Commerce Department unveiled a broad list of proposals Thursday designed to bolster its trade enforcement efforts.

The list of proposed regulatory and administrative changes seeks to fortify the agency’s administration of trade remedy laws by clarifying and strengthening antidumping and countervailing duty procedures.

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